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teenager on trial for murdering his teacher. the witness taking the stand this morning that could leave the jury in tears. >> sara: new evidence that a bomb brought down a russian plane. new proof it was an inside job. >> gene: heartbreak off the field for new england patriot. tough diagnosis for his family that led to surprise announcement hours ago. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, 7:00 on tuesday morning, it is november 17th november 17th hope your morning off to a fact start, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: it is cold. storm tracker weather shiri spear joining us all morning do not wait for any sort of warm-up today. >> shiri: word of the day going to be cold and 33 in boston and going down another degree since last hour and 23 in
bedford, 24 in fitchburg, 23 in nashua, new hampshire. good morning, worcester at 30, same in beverly, plymouth at 33. we do have a few clouds here over southeastern massachusetts and that's really where they are going to stay as we go through the remainder of the morning, so 9:00 a.m. comes along and temperatures coming above freezing as we hit noon time today temperatures in the middle 40s and into the afternoon you will see temperatures spike in the upper 40s, about 44 to 50 , a cool sunny day on tap, few more clouds, i will break down the extents of the clouds and show you exactly what to expect for the morning commute in less than ten minutes and speaking of traffic, let's go over to julie grauert. you have had major delays. >> yes. atypical because a construction crew taking longer to clear out and backups on 128 right now. 128 northbound as you work your way up to dedham and needham, starts around 109 and then it
map from 1091 past 95, past 24, past 28, backed up almost all the way to the expressway, so significant delays 128 northbound and alternate route if you can this morning. things slow on the pike right now, newton as you head through and 128 up to 44 minutes from university avenue from the weston tolls and 29 minutes on the expressway, 51 minutes on 93 south from andover to the leverett connector. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: new this morning a woman is in the hospital in beverly and police say her eestranged husband tried to kill her. police confirming to fox25 just within the last half hour that 54-year-old axel scherer has been charged to assault to murder. police called to beverly lane around 5:00 last night and scherer will be arraigned in salem district court today and no word on the wife's condition this morning. >> gene: we are expecting
emotional testimony today as the mother of murdered math teacher is called to the witness stand. >> sara: colleen ritzer's mom will come face-to-face with the dan verdicts teenager accused of raping and killing her daughter. fox25 catherine parrotta is live outside salem superior court. her testimony gets underway in just two hours. catherine? >> catherine: good morning, sara. yesterday was just an absolutely brutal day inside the courtroom and today is not expected to be any easier. as you mention the mother of colleen ritzer expected to take the stand today to testify and this will be the first time we are hearing from a member of the ritzer family of since colleen ritzer murder and the family was in the courtroom yesterday during the opening statement and absolutely brutal details of the case were laid out. prosecutors said the murder was premeditated with then 14-year-old philip chism following ritzer into a danvers bathroom where he raped her and cut her with a box cutter before
leaving her body in the woods. defense said chism dade it before focusing state of mine at the time and testimony from tufts field police department describing how police found the teen walking along route 1 hours after ritzer's murder and what he said when police asked him about the blood on the box cutter blade. he said chism told him the blood belonged to the girl. >> what did he tell you? >> stated he was buried in the woods. >> what did you ask him? >> asked if if we could get to him can we help her? >> what did he tell you? >> he said no. >> catherine: investigators found ritzer's body in the woods hours later but even on the first day of this trial when defense laid out the opening statement it became clean the trial for the defense will be much more than guilt or innocence and asking the jury to weigh philip chism's state of mind at the time of these alleged crimes. so what you're going to hear coming up next hour is more of
the details from the opening statements from both the prostitution and the defense. that's coming up next hour. for now live here in salem, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: fox25 will have continuing coverage of the major trial until it is over. our borrowed will be in the emotional testimony and follow him on twitter at bwardthree and alert you to any big developments as they happen on news app. >> gene: also new developments out of paris. this morning france demanding help from other european nations in the fight against isis. french government calling for security, aid and assistance. this is the first time any nation has called for military help under the eu charter. overnight french war planes launched targets against northern syria and inside france police conducted 128 new raids searching for suspects in the paris attacks. gene: in boston this afternoon city leaders will join the council general of france for moment of silence to honor 129 people killed on friday.
that event will take place at 5:00 this afternoon at city hall gene: this morning federal officials say there's no specific threats for attacks in this country. yesterday isis released 12 minute video that mentioned washington d.c. as a target. the group said it plans to retaliate u.s. air strikes against locations in syria and iraq. isis said it hit at the heart of france and would do the same in america. >> sara: here at home governor baker says esnot interested in accepting syrian refugees. this announcement comes weeks after the governor showed support for the idea. fox25 michael henrich is live outside the statehouse where baker says right now the security of massachusetts residents is his main priority. michael? >> michael: good morning. state troopers outside the statehouse gathering talking about security of this key location here in boston and as far as safety overall that's the concern of governor baker and roughly half the governors
potentially submarining this plan of president obama to bring 10,000 syrian refugees into the united states. one big reason, of course, is that french authorities say one of the attackers in paris initially posed as a refugee from syria to gain entry. now about half saying no governor baker saying no for now to welcoming these refugees. the thing is legal experts say it is not really up to the governors. they say congress holds the power to whether approve or deny the federal government's plan here. fox25 caught up with congressman bill keating and homeland security committee and he had like to see air travel security improvements overseas before the u.s. accepts more refugees. >> come to the united states to present a threat and we do it routinely here and someone has a reservation, it is cross-reference and the security
controversy in europe. >> michael: he wants to know how the federal government screening refugees but added he is willing to work with the federal government on that issue in 30 minutes you will here from one syrian family who settled down here in massachusetts talking about the public's fears live at the statehouse, i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: russian intelligence official are now saying a bomb was on board the metro jet airliner that went down over egypt last month. investigators say traces of explosives were found in the debris of that plane and bottom was packed with more than 3 pounds of tnt. within the last half hour reuters is reporting that two employees of the egyptian airport where the plane departed from are now in custody. russia has offered $50 million for any information leading to the capture of those that carried out the attack. all 224 people on board were killed in the crash. gene: friend of former patriot aaron hernandez will
still face murder charges. judge refused to dismiss murder indictment against ernest wallace charged in the 2013 murder of odin lloyd. defense claims the prosecutors did not have enough evidence to move forward and hernandez has already been convicted and serving life in prison for lloyd's death and lawyers for hernandez will be back in boston courtroom and pretrial hearing involving a double-murder in boston in which hernandez is also charged. gene: new hampshire man accused of sexual assaulting and torturing a teenager girl will be in court today. lawyers for nathaniel kibby limit testimony in upcoming trial. he faces 206 criminal tasks locking the girl away for nine months. >> sara: revere police say happened sunday night sunday night during a possible case of road rage.
this was our top story yesterday morning. 19-year-old victim was from rockport, he is in stable condition after being hit in the neck and police looking for a pair of suspects in the case. no word on any leads at this point. >> gene: jake nod is junior at plymouth state university. he was last seen when he was dropped off at a restaurant late thursday afternoon. his mother lives in holden and health issues. >> sara: boston based fantasy sports site loses the first round in battle with new york state. draftkingss had asked for restraining order against the attorney general of new york. last week the ag said that fantasy sites violate the state's gambling laws. new york has asked draftkings and rival fanduel to stop accepting money from empire state residents. draftkings tells fox 23 that a judge has granted an emergency
in a statement the company says, quote, we are confident in our legal position and look forward to our day in court next week. as a result we intend to continue operating in new york. >> julie: take look at residual delays on 95, because of the late construction crew on 128 northbound average speeds of 10 miles per hour stretching through norwood through walpole almost all the way back into sharon right now. i will have those drive times for you in a moment. first here is shiri. >> shiri: make sure you bundle up, 20s and 30s with all the sunshine but headed home from work it is still going to be chilly, 38 to 44, clear conditions, i will show you when clouds and showers come back into the forecast next. >> sara: weapons stolen from a military base in the middle of the night and this morning we obtained a new surveillance photo that police are hoping
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determine the cause of the tragedy. >> sara: gunman shoots after a pursuit. he jumped in a car and forced man to drive. police chased suv with both men inside. this high-speed chase lasted for more than half hour and ended with a carjacker shooting the driver at point-blank range. officers. one officer was injured. police were able to get the carjacker into custody. he is in the hospital along with the man that he shot. and two sheriff's deputies in san francisco are under investigation for what you see on this video. it appears to show the officers repeatedly hitting a suspect with their batons. the man was suspected of stealing a car and hitting a police vehicle before leading deputies on a chase last week. the public defender's office says the video shows excessive force and brutality. the deputies claim they were restraining that suspect.
placed on paid leave. >> gene: expressing shooting over jamar clark. he is considered brain dead and on life support. clark was shot by police outside an apartment building early sunday morning. witnesses say that clark was handcuffed on the ground when an officer shot him in the head. >> man shot in cold blood when he had his hands behind his back. >> resources that help us find out the truth and all be clear exactly what happened. >> police arrested more than 50 of the protesters blocking the highway. state officials in minnesota are now calling for a federal civil rights investigation into the man's death. >> sara: portsmouth officials are considered an ordinance to ban uber drivers in the city and compromise amid is it growing
feud between uber drivers and taxi companies. city officials say they simply want to make sure that residents are safe when they get into an uber. >> uber is welcome to work in this city burr we are asking them and following certain rules. >> sara: they will continue to fight and call police when uber drivers operating illegally. sara: gambling revenue at massachusetts first casino continues to slip. the plane ridge slots parlor is on track to generate about $176 million in revenue in its first full year. that's $24 million short of the state's 200 million projection. the casino's general manager says it is normal for revenues to taper off after opening and casino profits will stape lies. >> gene: look at newest images of government center garage project. new towers are there on the
right and plan to replace a large portion of the current garage with two modern sky scrapers and apartments and condos and business offices and stores and leaving more than 1,000 parking spaces in the remaining portion of the garage. >> julie: 7:18 and we are dealing with american legion delays -- major delays on 128 and please avoid it at all costs and two lanes blocked and route 109 and delays are significant start their in dedham and stretching all the way past 95 past 24 and past 28 and i wanted to shift over to 95 and show you residual delays there as well because things are so slow on 128 got delays on 95 all the way back into sharon. here are live drive times on the
pike 22 minutes from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel we are up to nearly an hour on 95 from 495 to 128. so use the side roads, back roads, do not take 105 -- 95 right now because of the residual delays. 44 minutes on 128 northbound from westwood to the weston tolls. fox25 storm tracker weather shiri spear joining us on very cold day, highs not that high. >> shiri: not where we want them to be this time of year and look at how much colder it is than yesterday at this time. 20 cooler right now in fitchburg, 24 hours ago, 16 cooler in boston and beverly and 13 cooler in worcester and that means we are waking up to 20s and 30s so close to freezing and still in worcester and a lot of 20s in between and i need you to kind of take that into account as you get yourself, maybe the kids ready for school this morning and on and off
clouds over southeastern massachusetts but we are going to run so bright here. especially in and around the boston area. by 9:00 this morning 39 , 44 at 11:00 this morning, by 1:00 p.m. 46 and that's about your high temperature and then we are going to start to drift downward and keep it nice and clear which will look good and set us up for another chilly overnight. in worcester we are starting out a little bit cooler so at 9:00 a.m. only 34 , 41 by 11:00 this morning, highs are going to be restricted to the lower 40s and then you can see hyannis here we got on and off clouds, temps rise into the upper 40s and here not that far away. now starting off the morning in the 40s on the cape, so that's the hot spot now. notice that we got winds coming in from the north and northeast today and that's going to pick up moisture and as it travels over the cape and islands that's what helps generate some clouds there and keeps with the sunshine everywhere else. tonight we drift back into the 20s and 30s, mostly clear,
meteor shower and tomorrow bump up temperatures into the 50s and bring in the clouds and clouds really not moving in until pretty late, mostly, in fact, in thursday morning, future cast at 7:00 a.m., still dry, by the way, not until after noon time thursday on your screen here that we will have to bump up the risk for rain. it especially turns heavier and steadier as we turn into the evening and overnight hours. here is 7-day forecast with weekend always in view, 47 with sun today, 50 with few late clouds on wednesday, thursday into friday is when we get the period of rain, breezy on friday, high 55, 49 with more sun on saturday but light sprinkles or flurries sunday night into monday. back to you guys. >> gene: actor charlie sheen about to make a bombshell announcement about his health that he kept secret for years
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is well-known and hopes the battle will inspire other families. new england nate solder says his three-month-old son has cancer. the family's inspirational news. >> daniel: nate solder shared the news and he is a former patriot himself and cancer survivor. solder is also a cancer survive and her says his son hudson was diagnosed with tumor in both kidneys in october and look at him there. hudson was just born in july and he is already undergone several rounds of chemotherapy at boston children's hospital. he and his wife went public to hope they will be source of comfort for other patients facing the same battle. >> may be part of purpose brand-new child getting cancer was because tomorrow somebody else will receive the exact same
news. >> daniel: this is the second solder diagnosis. he was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2014 and he had surgery and did not miss any games. last night solder tweeted out a picture of his son with a shirt that says tough like my dad. it is growing on patriot nation sending love and best wishes to the solder family. i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: drug commonly prescribed to pregnant woman could be dangerous for babies. sofran says it caused birth defects in their child. >> i would have never taken it. we would have found another way to get through. >> sara: this caused heart defect and dozens of lawsuits against the drug manufacturer.
tonight at ten we dig deeper into the medication's history and get answers from the drug company. >> gene: 7:26. civics lesson leads to suspension for local cheer leader. >> sara: tweets she sent to her teacher that got her tossed from the squad. >> shiri: 40 in worcester, that's number to beat and a little too warm this afternoon but i will take you town by town to show you the chilly spots
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>> gene: now evidence for search for thief that broke into the army facility in worcester and stole several high powerful continues. >> sara: it is tuesday, november 17 and get as you're headed out you will need the sunglasses for the drive and temperatures. >> shiri: probably your patience as well. let's check on temperature and make or break your morning and mostly clear skies, couple clouds over the cape and 30 and
another ten down to 20 in barre, 28 in chelmsford, 22 in londonderry, new hampshire. these temperatures are rock bottom, temperatures will start to rise when we look at these in an hour, 26 in election and 27 walpole and mansfield now and 34 hanover, 34 duxbury and 34 right now in harwhich and big time burr factor this morning, at least it comes with nice and bright conditions and 45 by noon time with sunshine, 3:00 p.m. 46 and partly cloudy on the cape and take you town by town for look at afternoon temperatures coming up and let's return you over to julie now with live drive time traffic and where are hang-ups now. started 128 northbound, 109 because of a construction could you that wasn't able to clear out, waiting to the day side crew to come in and blocking right two lanes at 128 northbound and take you over to
up on 128 now stretching past norwood long past walpole and into sharon almost creeping almost down to 495 and when you see the drive time on 95 it is not pretty. these are the delays from that construction crew that still blocking two lanes. northbound. don't want to negative our commuters who are coming down from the north shore though. things sluggish route 1 through saugus and on 93 and that's pretty typical we are used to those, not used to having two lanes closed on thick of the morning rush hour. here are live drive times 28 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and look at that on 95 almost an hour and 20 minutes from 495 to 128. 46 minutes on 128 northbound from westwood up to the weston tolls. gene and sara, up to you. >> gene: take close look at this. new surveillance picture showing a black car police say may be involved in a weapons heist in worcester. >> sara: police believe the
driver of the car is same person that broke into army facility and madoff with several high powered guns. fox25 jessica reyes covered the story as this was first developing yesterday morning. she is back now in worcester with new details. jess? >> jessica: guns were stolen over the weekend and governor charlie baker was made aware on sunday afternoon and says the biggest concern is knowing someone was able to get in here and unauthorized. the search continues this morning with person who stole several weapons from the lincoln start armory over the weekend and fox25 guns like this, assault rifles and 10-millimeter handguns are missing. >> you would think they would lock that down a little better than someone got on the roof and broke in and robbed the armory.
to man in dark dark-colored vehicle and so many questions. fox25 someone broke north lake over over the weekend any why six in the evening on saturday and one in the morning on sunday and 8:30 sunday morning and employees called the fire department when they smelled smoke. >> after everything that happened over the weekend everybody needs to be thinking about something like that, put a lot of panic in the people. >> jessica: they took hours and investigators say they do not believe this has anything to do with terrorism. >> shouldn't they have better security?
>> jessica: fox25 news. >> sara: also new developments in the attacks on paris. just minutes ago three more suspects were arrested. they were reportedly captured near the german city of city and french government calling for security aid and assistance in the fight against isis. this is the first time any nation has called for military help under the eu charter. overnight the french military launched more attacks again isis in syria. war planes bombed training camps and command centers and today there will be a moment of silence right here in boston. city leaders will join france consul general to honor 129 people killed on friday. the event will take place at 5:00 p.m. at city hall. sara: there's no specific threats for attacks in this controversy and isis released 12 minute video that mentioned
washington d.c. as target. the group said it plans to retaliate for u.s. air strikes against locations in syria and iraq. isis said it hit at the heart of france and would do the same in america. >> gene: in the wake of paris attacks plan to bring syrian refugees coming under fire here in new england and syrian nationals already here want people to here they support the u.s. michael henrich is here with concerns. good morning, michael. >> sara: message was loud >> michael: loud and clear and emblem of solidarity outside the statehouse. francis flag flying at half-staff lowered in morning after the paris terrorist attacks. the questions now centered around whether the attacks will bring down plan to bring syrian refugees into the u.s. settling down in watertown woman
and her husband and two children remember their old lives in damascus, lives civil war forced them to leave behind. >> we can hear explosions in the middle of the night. you can hear helicopters we like here it is safe for our kids and there are a lot of things america has place with a lot of opportunities. >> michael: the family are not official refugees. bringing refugees under fire since the paris attacks last week. french authorities say one of the attackers initially posed as syrian refugee to gain entry and now roughly half the nation's governors including massachusetts governor charlie baker are saying no for now to welcoming syrian refugees. >> no, i'm not interested in accepting refugees from syria. i would need to know a lot more than i know now before i would agree to do anything. for me the most important thing
is people of the commonwealth are safe and secure. >> michael: at new home in watertown she says to americans to keep the hearts open. >> we know it is barbaric, we are totally against it and very sorry this happened. not all syrians are like that. >> michael: while the governor here in massachusetts as well as new hampshire and other states are making their positions very clear, it might not actually be you want to them. coming up in the next report about 30 minutes political player legal expert say hold the real power in the situation. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: philip chism is on colleen ritzer. yesterday his lawyers admitted that chism did kill his teacher
but added he needs help and not prison. prosecutors say chism used a box cutter to kill ritzer in 2013. chism's lawyer attempted to explain why he did it. >> why did a 14-year-old boy well behave 1 month into high school do these terrible things? the answer is he was severely mentally ill. >> sara: to support his defense chism's lawyer expected to call a new york psychiatrist who has worked on several high-profile trials. he will testify about the voices that chism says told him to kill ritzer. fox25 will be in salem superior court as testimony continues today. >> gene: bomb threats are under investigation. four buildings in harvard were evacuated yesterday after a threat was e-mailed in. sky fox over the scene as the
fbi, atf, joint terrorism task force search full combat gear and bomb sniffing dogs swept the buildings before giving the all clear. gene: similar scene at fitchburg state. evacuated for a bomb threat and authorities did a search, that building was reopened within 90 minutes. 7:40 this morning and senior at revere high school in trouble for something she tweeted. hailey had to watch the presidential debates as part of homework. during the debating she tweeted, quote, when only 10% of revere votes for mayor because the other 90% isn't legal. she said she was responding to a tweet from her teacher about the low voter turnout in november's mayoral election. she was just following what she heard. >> i see donald trump on it and don't so what's so different. >> going to stand up and say something that other people will find offensive or harmful then
with the ramifications of that. >> gene: cali is high school head cheerlead and her banned from cheering for the rest of the see. superintendent says the tweet wasn't only reason she got in trouble. >> sara: board of secondary education will vote on standardized test. proposed test that combines part of mcas and park test. massachusetts schools have spent months looking for alternative test for students and vote will happen at 8:30 this morning in malden. if approved the new exam would begin in 2017. >> julie: traffic and weather, two lanes closed dedham and northbound and affecting 128 and 95 all the way back into sharon, drive times in a moment and first here is shiri. >> shiri: sunshine now and rest of the day and take you to the warm-up next. >> gene: president of police
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>> gene: made headlines for bad behavior including drug abuse and lots of girlfriend. charlie sheen has confirmed he is hif positive. daniel miller is following this as it develops. >> daniel: this was the headlines tmz to the new york times this morning. actor charlie sheen is confirmed he is hiv positive. he says he has had it for about four years. 50-year-old sheen lost his starring role on two and a half men in 2011 amid is it notorious meltdown and remained largely out of the spotlight after fx decided not to renew the show on anger management. he has been married several times, five children and well
documented history with substance abuse. sheen also been very upfront about his use of prostitutes. sheen says he has paid people millions to keep his secret. tmz reporting some of sheen's former partners have threatened lawsuits because they were unaware he was hiv positive. sheen settled several of those cases. we will keep you updated all morning. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: this morning porsche is blaming paul walker for the fiery car crash that killed him. walker's daughter filed wrongful lawsuit and porsche says walker is responsible because he got in a car that was abused and altered. 2013 he was in the seat of the friend's porsche and crashed into a pole and speed was determined the main cause of the crash. >> gene: two baseball legends
and musician from massachusetts honored highest civilian honor. willie mays and yogi berra will be honored. james taylor will also be honored and awards presented at white house on november 24th. >> julie: good morning, everyone, take you on you to live look at sky fox. we are over a problem we have been following all morning on 128 northbound in dedham. construction crews are late there, waiting for the day side crew to take over for them so we have had two lanes blocked on 128 northbound all day and that has really caused some extreme backups. look at this on 95. usually we see a little elbow of traffic from 95 up to 128 but stretches all the way back down into sharon and we have the steady red line of traffic flow from dedham through canton and then into braintree. shifting up north of town things still slow route 1 southbound and on 93 south. here are those live drive times,
33 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel, 35 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. little over an hour on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. as you were getting ready to head out the door and trying to decide which jacket should i go with, grab the warmest one today because shiri will tell you more how cool it is out there. >> shiri: excellent all day long and all day sunshine, long sleeves, coats on top, heavy night. i'm going to give you hour-by-hour look at that in just a moment but 33 right now in boston, with sunshine, we got winds only at 6 miles per hour so winds are a lot lighter than they were yesterday and 9:00 in the morning we will be up around 39 , 44 at 11:00 a.m. and 46 at 1:00 p.m. and temperatures are going to hold steady through about 2:00 and then start to drop but we do keep it clear overnight and for the day tomorrow high pressure still in control which is going to keep us dry which will keep us nice and bright but thursday into
that's going to move on through and stir up the clouds and going to be warmer and going to be rain in the portion of the forecast. satellite and radar now is pretty naked, we just got a couple clouds here around the cape and islands and that's where they will stay today and on and off cloud cover winds from the north pick up a little bit of moisture, spilling the cloud cover there over southeastern massachusetts with sunshine everywhere else, so partly sunny and hyannis at 47 this afternoon, 47 in sandwich, 46 in plymouth, middle 40s in hull. back through brockton at 46 . boston itself gets up to about 47, take the north shore beverly up to 46, rockport 45, portsmouth, new hampshire about 48 , hudson 46, worcester 45, middle 40s gardner, cooler spots at 44 , shirley at 46 and mildford, new hampshire at 47. tonight though 20s and 30s are back, way it feels right now is how it is going to feel tomorrow at this time. we got similar overnight lows
but warm-up tomorrow a little bit better as we get the 50s back in town with 49 in boston, 50 in framingham, 50 in lawrence for tomorrow afternoon. notice that we will start with the sunshine but clouds very late in the day end up creeping in wednesday here at 4:00 p.m., most of those clouds will come on in as we head through the overnight hours and after about noon time tomorrow we are going to have to up that risk for showers primarily during the thursday evening and overnight. here is 7-day forecast for the weekend and it is thursday into friday that we will watch for the showers. friday still 55 but it turns breezy and dryer, 49 on saturday, partly sunny and sunday 47 , there's the slight chance that we will tap into either some sprinkles or some flurries here but precipitation will be light sunday and into monday. back to you guys. >> gene: 7:50 this morning. new face of popular dictionary. how something you can't spell has become the word of the year. >> sara: next one of the famous toys on the planet
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coffee drinkers and four cups of coffee per day less likely to die heart disease, diabetes, suicide and actually doesn't fight the diseases. revenuers say it shows that people can drink coffee regularly as part of healthy diet. gene: fewer and fewer americans lighting up these days less than 15% of adults in the u.s. smoke. that has been the lowest since the government began tracking numbers in 1997 back then nearly 25% of all adults said that they smoked. gene: taco bell switching over to cage free eggs in 2013. using eggs from free range chickens and move comes as customers are healthier and more sustainable food options. both mcdonalds and burger king have committed to the use of cage free eggs. >> sara: anyone ever been around a kid playing with legos knows the pain of stepping on one.
now lego teaming up with french ad agency to create slippers with extra padding to protect feet from the dreaded legos and made 1500 pairs and distributed randomly to people that fill out christmas wish list on the french lego website. >> sara: mall in new jersey eliminated fee that required parents to pay 35 to $50. >> gene: fees ran counter to the spirit of the holiday that pushed away low income families. if you have one of those professional business and buy a panepinto that's one thing but sit there -- >> sara: should be able to take a snapshot instead of getting the whole package. there's pressure to get the whole package and it can be so expensive. >> spirit of the season it is the right thing to do.
>> sara: i agree. >> gene: shopping experts say don't follow the crowds. >> shiri: yesterday lower 60s and boston norwood and fitchburg in bedford and today it is 40s. map out chilly spots and hour-by-hour into the afternoon's warm-up next. >> sara: took paramedics nearly 30 minutes to find a local woman that collapsed on her lunch break.
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>> gene: emotional day in court and trial of teenager accused of killing a local teacher. >> sara: this is fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, 8:00 on tuesday morning, november 17th, hope your morning off to great start, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. grab a cold because it is a cold one out there. storm tracker weather meteorologist shiri spear has
look at morning that will have us waiting for warm-up that you're saying really won't happen any time soon. >> shiri: boston going to pump out another 10 , that is it, 36 in the city, 34 in beverly, 35 in plymouth and 20s still in bedford at 29 , nashua at 28 and still freezing in portsmouth and we got 40s on the cape and islands and that's where we have a little bit of cloud cover to deal with today, otherwise we are around 40 by 10:00 this morning and by noon time it is 45 and widespread 40 degree reading and high temperatures anywhere from 44 to 50 , cool and sunny with clouds and tell what you to expect exactly if headed out in the next couple of hours.
>> gene:. >> julie: brockton on 24 because of these construction crews that are at near route 19 in 128 in dedham and tweet from the viewers and it is so miserable, took me 50 minutes to drive 5 miles up 24 north. so today it is all about the back roads and using whatever detour you can to get around 95 and 24. coming down into boston from north of town thing slow route 1 in saugus on 93 south there you medford but like i mentioned we are used to that kind delays, not delays when you have two lanes blocked on 128 north and saugus -- route 1 in saugus still bumper to bump and her live drive times 35 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and nearly an hour 20 minutes on 95 from 495 to 128 and 47 minutes on 128 north from westwood to the weston tolls. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: less than hour trial
killing his teacher will resume and bracing for another emotional day in court. colleen ritzer mother expected to take the stand and talk about daughter's life before prosecutors say teenager raped and killed her in the bathroom of school. catherine parrotta is live outside the courthouse where we are waiting for chism's rival. good morning, catherine. >> catherine: colleen ritzer mother expected to take the stand to testify today this after opening statements yesterday with all of those difficult details to listen to. >> when 14-year-old philip chism arrived at danvers high school he had in his possession a blue 0`bear-old philip chism arrived at danvers high school he had in his possession a blue sweatshirt with gloves, mask, box cut and her terrible purpose.
>> catherine: premeditated murder that's the picture painted in the opening statement and details are brutal. prosecutors say philip chism followed his teacher, colleen ritzer, into a danvers high school bathroom where he raped her and cut her throat multiple times with a box cutter. >> major arteries and neck so cut and cut so deep he nicked a vertebra. >> defense not disagreeing making a surprising statement. did unspeakable things to her body. >> asktherincut chism's own attorney admitted creating the crimes in which he is accused but laid the groundwork for trial thaposes more than guilt or innocence. >> why did a 14-year-old boy well-behaved 1 month into high
the answer is he was severely mentally ill. >> asktherine: determination the jury will need to make after weighing the testimony to come. testimony expected to resume about hour from now this morning and after the opening statement there will be pieces and police that interacted with chism in the hours aed toer christopher's murder you will hear more about hour. for now live here in salem, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. fo f5 will have continuing coverage of the m thror trial until it is over. our bob ward will be in the courtroom today for that emotional testimony. you can follow him on twitter at bward 3 and any big developments as it happens on the news app. >> gene: also new developments in the attacks on paris. in the last hour three more suspects have been arrested. thdy were r cortedly captured near the german city of okin and
this morning france demanding help from other european nations the french government calling for security aid and fight against isis. this is the first time any nation has called for military hegerm under the eu charter. overnight the french military launched more attacks against isis and syrrim. war planes bombed training camps and command centers. this afternoon there will be a moment of silendw here in boston city leaders will join the general counsel of france to honor 129 people killed on friday. event will take place at 5:00 this aed toernoon at cihave hall. gene: this morning federal officials say there's no specific threats. isis released 12 minute video that mentioned washington d.c. as target. the group said it plans to retaliate u.s. air strikes against locations in syria and iraq. isis said hit at the heart of france and do the same in america. gene: ue v. military pr cared for more strikes against america and written on bombs that may be dropped on islamic state targets in syria
and handwritten words all say the same thing from paris with love leagenng messages targets is american military tradition dating back to the second world war. >> sara: this morning new england governors governors are saying no to plans to welcome war torn refugees into the states. fox25 michael henrich live outside the statehouse where governor baker says there's just too much unknowns for the immigration process. good morning, michael. >> michael: refugee process before he says it is oagry for more sernrimn refugees to be placed in the state and go up to him and go into that in a moment and one of the reasons this governor and so many others across the countaga are so concerned is because french authorities say that one of the paris terrorists did enter syria. now about half of the nation's
governors including those here in massachusetts and new hampshire are saying no for now to welcoming in those sernrimn refugees. the thing is as i alluded to a second ago legal experts say it may not be up to the governor and real power they say is held by the federal goverancent by congress and fox25 caught up with government bill keating and he says he would like to see air travel security improvements overseas before the u.s. acdwpts more rn pugees. >> peoy le come to the u.s. and cross-referenced against terrorist and security. thdy are not doing that in every country in europe. >> michael: his part boston mayor mayor walsh says he also would like to learn more about the screening prodwss and says he is willing to look for the federal government on that. coming up half hour the human
cost of this rn pugee question syrian family living now in massachusetts trying to address the public's fears. fox25 news. >> gene: russian intelligence official say that a bomb was on board that metro jetliner that went down in egypt last month. investigators say tradws of exy losives were found in the debris of that plane and bomb was packed with more than 3 pounds of tnt. within the last half hour reuters is r corting that yrio emy loyees of the egyancerimn airport where the plane departed from are in custody. russrimn ofcoscials offered $50 million for any information leading to the capture of those that carried out the attack. all 224 people on board were killed in the crash. >> sara: new this morning woman in hospital in beverly and police say eestranged husband tried to kill her. polidw concosrming to fox25 54-year-old axil sherrer has been charged with ass plt to
called to the homes here around 5:00 last night. sherrer will be ating aigned in salem district court later today no word on the wacee's condition this morning. >> gene: boston based fantasy sports site loses battle wit3 bo3 n mill york state. draftkings had asked for restraining order against the attorndy general of new york. last week the ag says daily fantasy sports sites violate the spmbling laws and rival fanduel to stop accepting money from empire state residents and reuescted restraining order draf todings tells fox25 judge has granted an emergency hearing for next week and statement the company says we are confident in our legal position and look forward to our day in cout h next week. as a result we intend to continue operating in new yort w >>quulie: check traffic and weather and look at drive times, up to an hour on the prey from the braintree sy lit to the esat for the pike and about an hour and ten minutes on
up toand t28, i will have look at traffic slows in just a few minutes. cosrst here is shiri. d in 30s in a lot of locations, still gtrang with 29 now but 31 at 9:0 wia.m. and by 10:00 this morning 36 , sunshine looks good but i will show you how cold it feels this afternoon next. >> gene: oxford dictionary and selection you can't even spell. d
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>> sara: dozen bullets fired and that's what revere police say hand sunday night along route 60 during possible case of road rage. this was the top stoaga yesterday morning. 19-year-old victim is from rockport. he is in stable condition aed toer being hit in the neck and police looking for pair of suspects in the case and no word of any
>> gene: cargo ship went missing during rieting icanequwenh sin 33 crew members died including three with ties to massachusetts the wreck angle was found on october 31st off the bahamas and ntsb says they are disapptranted they did not find the data recorder but they still hope to determine a cause of the tragedy. >> sar0 in minneapolis there's a man brain dead and on life suppot h. he was shot outte.de a apat hment building early sunday. witnesses say he was handcuffelow3 on the ground when officer shot him in the head. >> man shot in cold blood. d resourndcs that help him find out the truth so we can all be clear
>> police ating ested more than 50 protesters and now calling for a federal civil rights investigation into the man's death. >> gene: tragic announcement from a patriapo ld vento f >> few people are aware of this tonight because ink is still wet, batiste hasquust bd vun. d the newsroom with heartbreaking news about nate solder. >> daniel: nate solder was speaking at joe andruzzi foundation and shared the n mills. he is former patriot and cancer survivor himself and solder who's also a canndcr surgenlivr says the son he is holding in the picture was diagnose with amor in bapoh kidne f. riedson was born in july and already gone several rounds of chemapoherapy at boston children's hosgaital and solder went public with the diagnosis last night and says he hopes his a mily can be a source of
lanes that are closed onand ther and repercuste.ons and major delays and southern arteries. also want to let you know about a n mill atracident on the expressway northbound it is right inside the o'neill annel and the ln pt lane is closed there. so this morning huge headache for everyone and tne e look at shapo of the expressway it is a parking lot there right now and live drive times 78 minutes and up to an hour and, i0 minutes on the expressway right now and hour ten minutes argroachand ther , 42 minutesand ther northbound westwood up to the weston tolls. shiri spearqutraning us now cool
when sitting in traffic 14 cooler in fitchbuin b andand t2 cooler in worcester and talking chilly weather this morning, we gapo lots of 3bui still in the map, couple 20s and still freezing in fitchbuin b 30 and worndcster ane an3 32 and 34 in beverly, 35 in fu are cast though pretty qmas not a lapo gtrang on here, right, except clouds that travel across the cape and islanzi and ondcan n pfect clong ps and cooler wind ocean water and sunshine for the rest of us and nice and brih t 10:0 wia.m. temperature 39 and goes up to 45 at noon, we gapo hih s in the urger 4bui and
to drop after 2:00 p.m. and starting in theere,bui and couies.e more clouds and into the day tomorrow we add some very late date clong ps, a lapo of day gtrang to feature more sunshine, 49 in boston and get 50s in the suburbs and come in the form of late clouds as we head into thursday though we got the rain risk that's really coming in and later into the day we go and just looking at new iinkormation here and it is really plaar0ng heavy rain during the overnight hours and wrapping it up during the morning if napo the middle of the day here on friday. then turns breezy and dagaer,
friday's highere,5,ere,9 on saturday and sunday into monday we will have to look for light witnecipitation in the form of either a little bit of drizzle or some flurries. back to you guys. >> gic wo a winter wonderland means city of albuquerque not able to honor n mill hometndayn hero. ar0in b 's mayor wanted to throw home parade for holly holm but too much sno ion the ground and cosve inches of snow and became world famous but knocking out rhonda rousey on sa arday night. d back on movies and taking on new role to tell the city stoaga and why there will only be one movie about that tragic day.
an uber. >> sara: police officer died a hero but she is no longer glamors woman of the year maura smith died on 9/11 reso a ing peear le from the worsold trade towers and few months later husband accepted the magazine's award on her behalf andquames smith just sent it back after caitlyn jenner was named winner this year and worked with transgender youth and jenner trivialized theze experience and mnreser lived lrnie of luxury and malibu and doesn't know what it means to strug there. >> gic wo a 26 minutes a seer 8:00
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>> sara: people are decosnitely bundled up and cold stac1 as we went on the air at 4:00 a.m. and it will be like this until the neque in nds at ed t:30 tonight. say it isn't so and tuesday, novemberand t7th. >> gic wo a we have had hellacious day to start the day. >> julie: he double hockey stick. >> gic wo a no warm-up. >> shiri: sometimes call this a look but don touch day. lo7 c1
right now we are facing mostly suresy skies couies.e clong ps gtrang to linger really through the day and one pac1ly clong py spoe mo the rest of us all sunshin:0 worcester still freezing at 32 and 21 in barre, you gone ud intone degree in the last hour there and chemicals 36 -- chelmsford 36 and l faington 30, natick 33 and walpole 3k. 32 in milton, boston coming in at 36 and couple warmer than the seerurl: all morning andere,bui now from duxbury at 43 to sandwich at 43 and harwhich atere,0 , day plareser lo7 c1 sunshine throughout the day, 46 at 3:0 wip.l: clouzi i was mentioning and 36 at 7:00 this evening with clear p ies overnight and show you hnday cosold it is again tomorrow coming up. now back over toquulie and tell us more about the horrible morning commute.
us dndayn on 128 northbound has finally been cleared. damage done and show you traffic ton, on the northbound just inside the o'neill tunnel mfordticar crash and drive times on the expressway kind of skyrocketing and look at slows, red traffic ton, randolph on 24 and 95 stretching all the way through spare change n mills and back to ere,ear braintree split to the pike and hour and five minutes onnow ill 32 mi.
>> jtes on com8 northbound and from westwood to the weston tolls. so this isquust a mess t oray and ubep an in ye on it for you. zero and -- sara and gene, take dongo or looy >> sarr this car lin ubd to car heist in massachusetts. they think somnerne bro ub intnor3 ingational guard and madoff with several weapons. jessica reyes been covering the story 3 >nce it bro ub and live in worcester with a look at these missing guns. go or morning,quess. >>quessica: good morning, sara, a fence around the property witllabarbed wzee on tear but in ven so somnerne loweled to get in here and take off with authorities say they h26e a much better idea now who they are looking for. search conti. >> jes this morning with person that stole several weapons from the lincoln stac1 armoaga over the wee ubnd and
assault rivalries and 10-millimeter handguns mis3 >ng. d security. > bijedolon 2r they want to peek to the man pic are in the surveillance photo and man behind a dark-colored haatuwhiacwor3 usnd pneries.e that live here say they have so many questions about hnday this h penetl >> dk l mne e me feel warm and fuzzy but not going to worry about it too mfrom h. >> out of mind and tfrieatening everybody. >> jessica: someone broke into the uook. aon y reserve facility at north lne e avenue over the weekend. anywhere six in the in vening on sa arday and one in the morning on sunday. just after 8:30 sunday morning emies.oyees called the fzee depac1ment when they smelled smoke and saw signs of ontea, ins. >> a seer in veagathing that happened over the weekend people need to be thinking about something li ub that. i mean just putting a lot of panic in people. >> authorities scour the area and investigators say they do not believe this has anything to
eek with terrorism. d security? i mean we are talking about s,ns. d authorities say the suspect was last seen wearing a white t-shic1 and team of wor> ster police ong ticers dedicated to the case. coming up next hour hearing what governor charlie bne er has to say about the theft. for now live in worcester, jes3 >ca rrd es, fox25 n mills. >> geno a also new developments in the attacks on paris. this morning tfriee more suspects h26e been arrested. they reportedly captured near the german city okin and france is demanding help from other european nations. french government is calling for seo a ri rep and aid and assistance in the fight against isis. this is the fzest time any d intion is called for military help under the eu chart and her overnih t the french military launched more athey acks aquesinst isis in syria. war planes bombed training camps and command centein b. this afternoon there will be a moment of silence here if boston ci rep leadein b willquoin the
general counsel of france to friday. the in vent will tne e place at hall. attakcks in this controversy. yesterday released 12 minute tlc. as target. the group said it plans to retakliate for uook. aze strrniees iraq. isis said it hit at the heac1 of fran> and do the same in america. >> sara: president obama standing fzem by his plend oe to ac> an j thousanzi of ref of fees from syria and this morning those seeking awas obm need to lock in ls millhere. fox25 michael henrich live outside the massachusetc1 statehouse with governor bne er's reservations. michael? >> michael: french flag flying
halfway up the flag pole out3 >de the statehouse in heart of boston and lowered a seer the paris terrorists athey ac3 th and question is will those attacks also bring down a plan to bring the sea, seenn rton, of fees in the united states. settling down in watertown. n wman and her husband and tn w children remember their old lives in damascus, lives, civil war for> d them to loaf bbomintl >> you can hear explosions in aelicear tein b. iet is sis se for our kids. a lot of things -- a lot of opportunities. officially refugees. the president's plan to bring lso,000 sea, seenn rton, of fees into the controversy is coming under increased fire since the paris terrorist athey ac3 th last week. french authorities say one of the attackers initially posed as a sea, seenn rton, of fee to g bon in ntaga
and now half the nation's governors including massaces bsethey s governor charlie baistr are saying no for now to welcoming syrian refugees. >> no, i'm nhin interested in ac> an jing rton, of fees from syria. i would need to know a lot more than i need to know nnday bton,ore i agree to do anything. for me the most important thing commonwealth sis se and secure. >> mon 2ence ov: in chcomi president obama's call for americans to istep heac1s open. >> i know the athey ack is barbaric and totally against it and we are very soraga this h pened because nhin all sea, seenns are like that. >> michael: heard contradipeoping issorn, 11 side of the issorn and one that feels so >> jtes hear fro3 thione of the peear le that legal scholars say hold the actual power in the re,gee decispean.
live at staktehousment ittl michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: today at 5:00 mayor of bcomiton and frencllaconsford general will hold moment of silence all of those ang tected by pening on city hall plaza and bring it to you live atitia:00 n millntoast and stay with fscola for conti. >> jing coverage here all day. >> gene: new information and h ges in 30-year-ould murder investigation and hoping update these pictures and help them identify a woman and tfriee little girls found dead in allentown woods. focho5 rin horted last week the atitional center for missing and exploited children is creating the n mill pic ares that the same group that did rendering of baby doe, images will be released later this morning and we will have them for you at our website at myfoxboston.com. >> bily ne: this morning neld ha lohtzee college student helping seven for missing massaces bsethey s man. he was last seen when he was
dropped off at restaurant late thursday a seernoon and his mother lupded in holden and says her son suffers from mental health issues. d of bomb threats of two different universities are under investigatpean. four buiuldinanz harvard were. >> gene: friend call 911 went to r eaatil dispab h center and went to lndayell because that's where they started on the trail and turns out they were apeopually in chelmsford.
were ft that sing to come get mloa >> do you see a large building, gas station, see cars driving by and are you near an intersepeoppean and lack of oxygen. >> shiri: traffic together every ten minutes and nhin something we usually see at 8:41 look at that 105 minute drive time on the in xpressway rt that s now, looking at hour and 45 minutes around that time span because of an accident as you annel i will keep a close eye on it for you. forecast. >> shiri: 38 to 44 at 5:00 p.m. and clear skies and
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he lost his role in three and a half men and fx decided nhin to renew his mcomit recent show anger management. he has been married several time ml fupde children and well documented history with substance abuse and sheen has been very upfront about the use of prostitutes and he has paid millions of dollain b over the years to keep his secret but after making this morning's announcement he says those paymenc1 hy hteen settled several of cases to keep his secret. daniel miller, fscola n mills. >> som r there will be just one movie about the boston marathon bombings. globe rin horting mark wahlburg patriots day and cbs boston strong will be one projepeop. harrtucers of patrihins day bouh t
she heard. >> sarr zofran has caused on c1h dton,ecc1 . d >> sara: this mom telped me heart dton,ect and dozens s h lar accusations subject of lawsuits against the drug manufac arer. tonih t at 0i dt th deeper into the medication history and get answers from the drug compa >>. >>nd tulie: northbound inside the o'neill tunnel and it is creating major issues with your drupde t h s and things finally starting to look a little bit better on 95, all those delays are stretching all the way back to 495 right now because of that
all morning, it was at 109 on 128 northbound and things looking and seeing issed and t theoppto the in haveressway and this is highest number i have seen there all morning 24 mi. >> jtes and t0i houin b on the expressway avoid it at all costs until that a it aident cleared out and residiol delays really going to slow you down and ruin tuesday. loafteing at hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 37 minutes on the pike from the weston tolped to the ted williams tunnel. fox25 storm tracker meteorologist htzeng' hear 's day ahead. hi, shiri. > bishnd atha it stakys prethey y chilly all day long with peaks today and beautiful back drop thro`>hout the day fea aring sunshine stakc1 to finish and we need to be tuned into wet and windy forecast and for the t h being 36 in boston with sunshine and 8 miles per hour breeze not
too bad and a litof te minor a winds died down today and look at sunhtine pts 5,ng into tndayn and tw9 by 10:00 this morning and city 45 by noon time and hit 46 at 2:0ally and7 c1 start that slow dissent back to the 20s and 30s overnt that s. so trtay and tomorrold we hy got dry weather for thursday into friday we got the cloatta ml weeathin the whole mess. it will usher in some warmer weather but also going to usher in the wetter weather. so satellite and radar now is pretty quiet and just on and off 1ou wo keep an in ye on and overall really bright, really beautiful here and, of course, helping to warm up the te loeratures too much but at least it is going to look it, 47 with parof ty sun >> skies in sandwich, om plymouth to 45 in hull and 46 in a owout 46 , carry those middle 40s all the way up to the noc1h shore and sea coast of neld ha lohtzee 46 in bedford and framingham and 42 ein worcester,
manchester -- excuse me in mildford, new hampshire. lo3 t tont that s tho`>hetcear and use s back. that means it is going to feel exactly like it did this morning agaimen tomorrow morning. high temperatures do crack the 50s in spots like nortunert, frlly manchester, new hampshire for your wednesday and we start with the sunhtine late in the day. this is 4:00 p.m. with future cast. late in the day we stakc1 a and thicken up during the overnight houwe s and torowe sday will stakc1 d vo, the ris8 nof rf will begin around noon time and really gn ting to in levate as we hit the in vening houwe s and into your friday morning. sal-- 47 with 50 with few late clouds on wednes lay and torowe sday into friday, of couwe sment watching for that wet and windy weather. highs mne e mid-and upper and and looking for the pic8 nof the weekend that would be saturday with about and it iseatn ting to be a litof te bit warmer and brighter because come sunday we areeatn ting to hy watch out for a litof te bit of either drizzle or some flurries
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